Over at GolfDigest.com I posted about some of the nuances we're seeing today that have bred some downright thrilling Ryder Cup golf. It's so simple really. A little room off the tee, hole locations not buried in places to prevent birdies, green speeds within reason and an overall philosophy of allowing for aggressive play.
The question I ask, as always: why can't we do this all the time in golf?
Is protecting par really that sacred?
Is everyone able to watch day one enjoying it as much as I am?